Marisa Caichiolo was born in Argentina. Expertly exploring diverse media that ranges from video art installation to painting and sculpture, Caichiolo is also working as International Art Curator. She is also working with projects between the U.S. and South America.
Caichiolo pronounces this realm of spiritual union through the combination of motifs and symbols taken from today’s most prominent religions and belief-systems. Utilizing clothing as a working medium, she elaborates and re-invents the legacy of the dress. She yields a complex hybrid, a unique dress for an equally distinguished woman: a cover for the ancient priestess who simultaneously represents the Universal Mother.
She studied at the University of Buenos Aires and has a Master Degree in Art History, Restoration and Psychology. Her work as an artist has been showcased in Brazil, Mexico, Qatar, India, Lebanon, Malaysia, Singapore, France, Spain, Japan, Korea, China, Argentina as well as in New York and Los Angeles, San Francisco and Santa Fe within the United States.
She is one of the Founders and curator of Building Bridges International Art Foundation in Los Angeles, USA. She has been an international curator and jury of various biennials and important prizes with the Ministry of Culture of Mexico, Chile, Argentina, USA, Qatar, and Sharjah.